Current Opportunities

Ready to start your career with E&P Financial Group? We’re currently looking for talented people to fill the following roles.

The Role

If you are a recent accounting graduate with a keen interest in the financial services and wealth management industry, then we want to talk to you. A typical day may include:

  • entering and allocating accounting transactions for self-managed super funds (SMSFs)
  • undertaking bank and investment reconciliations
  • preparing financial statements and tax returns for SMSFs
  • working on rollovers, contributions, pensions and lump sums for funds
  • liaising with third parties such as the Australian Tax Office and financial institutions
  • accurate record keeping, processing and system management, and
  • supporting our network of financial and investment advisers.

You will be a high achiever with strong academic results in your undergraduate Accounting degree and attention to detail is a must.  Our environment can be fast-paced, and we work with multiple clients at any one time, so your ability to manage competing priorities is equally as important as your accounting skills.

For a confidential conversation or to submit an application please contact Steph at careers@eandp.com.au quoting “Assistant Accountant – SMSF Melbourne” in the subject line.

The Role

This role is a true end to end generalist coordinator role that spans the entire employee cycle and will suit someone that is eager to further their career in Human Resources. You’ll play an integral role in supporting our team and our wider business, all while blending teamwork with autonomy.

Each day will be varied and will include:

  • Handling general people and learning administration
  • Organising firm events driven by the People & Culture team, from R U OK Day to International Women’s Day to independently managing our schools mentor program.
  • Managing the HRIS (HiBob)
  • Preparing regular reports and analytics using Workday and Excel
  • Recruitment including sourcing, phone screening, interviewing and database management
  • Supporting and contributing to People & Culture and Learning & Development projects and initiatives, the first of which is a major system implementation and integration.
  • Managing WH&S including oversight of our Employee Assistance Program, WHS induction, first-aid and fire wardens training.

You will understand that being a ‘people person’ is equally as important as drawing meaningful insights out of people related data and therefore, you will be just as happy engaging with our clients as you are developing reports in Excel.  You don’t have to be an expert in Excel, but you must be able to generate graphs and pivot tables or have the ability to quickly learn!

The focus on your career and development is genuine, and you’ll be supported in your career growth and development.

The Team

Our small team of 6 spans across Sydney and Melbourne.  We’re a highly engaged team of generalists and learning specialists and we’re ready to support you in these early stages of your HR career.  We’re a hands-on team, and we’re looking for someone who is happy to tackle anything for the good of the team and the firm.

Experience

Practical HR experience is not a must, but you should be working towards or graduated from an HR (or related) degree and may have 6-12 months’ general office experience in a professional environment.

How to apply

For a confidential conversation or to submit an application please contact Beau at careers@eap.com.au quoting “P&C Coordinator” in the subject line.

The Role

If you are a current student studying Accounting with a keen interest in the financial services and wealth management industry, then we want to talk to you!  A typical day may include:

  • entering and allocating accounting transactions for self-managed super funds (SMSFs)
  • undertaking bank and investment reconciliations
  • preparing financial statements and tax returns for SMSFs
  • working on rollovers, contributions, pensions and lump sums for funds
  • liaising with third parties such as the Australian Tax Office and financial institutions
  • accurate record keeping, processing and system management, and
  • supporting our network of financial and investment advisers.

About You

You will be a high achiever with strong academic results in your undergraduate Accounting degree and attention to detail is a must.  Our environment can be fast-paced, and we work with multiple clients at any one time, so your ability to manage competing priorities is equally as important as your accounting skills.

How to apply

For a confidential conversation or to submit an application please contact Steph at careers@eandp.com.au quoting “Assistant Accountant – SMSF Canberra” in the subject line.

 

The Role

Key Responsibilities

  • Attending client meetings
  • Undertaking legal research
  • Drafting legal documents under supervision
  • Working on projects with internal stakeholders

Required Skills and Experience 

This is an entry-level opportunity, perfect for an enthusiastic and proactive law graduate looking to gain valuable experience.

  • Australian Bachelor of Laws or Juris Doctor Qualification or you are in your penultimate year of either qualification.
  • Excellent organisational skills, with an ability to prioritise and handle multiple tasks.
  • Superior written and verbal communication skills.
  • Attention to detail, reliability, and ability to maintain client confidentiality.
  • Strong technical skills using the Microsoft Office suite.
  • Have an interest for working in the Estate Planning, Superannuation Law, Tax or Commercial Law areas.

For a confidential conversation or to apply please contact Steph at careers@eandp.com.au quoting “Graduate Lawyer – Canberra” in the subject line.

Take the next step

Ready to start your career with E&P Financial Group? We would love to hear from you. Email us at careers@eap.com.au